Learning software can be extremely useful in giving your child a head start in the world of learning. Software has to be able to keep the child interested and focused however to be even remotely successful. The eMedia My Piano Software actually accomplishes that. It is an interactive way for kids to learn the piano, but it will work better with kids that are interested in music. The software is easy to follow and will have your kid attempting the songs on the screen rather quickly.
The basics of piano are included in the software. This software is best for kids 7 and up as they are more likely to want to follow. The software also includes games and that is what makes learning so much fun. Kids want to get better so they learn to better play the games. For parents that want to get their kids started in music, this software will be a great buy.
If you think Sesame Street is great for kids to learn many lessons, imagine what Sesame Street software can do. The Sesame Street Let’s Go To Preschool is great software that your children will love while learning valuable lessons. This software does follow the Sesame Street method of entertaining while teaching. Preschoolers will get a lot from this software, from learning to form sentences with Elmo, to social skills and self-esteem. Object identification is also included and activities include some of the most famous Sesame Street characters like Bert and Ernie, Zoe and the Count.
If your child loves Sesame Street (and what child doesn’t?) then this software will really help develop your child and give it a heads up before ever attending school. Not much that can be said against this software, it is easy to follow and makes it a lot of fun to learn.
One more educational software for preschoolers is the School Zone On Track Beginning Sounds software. This software does not have the recognizable characters that the Sesame Street one does, but the idea is basically the same, and that is to help your child learn by making learning fun. It is good software and your child may be as drawn to it as they would be to others with more famous teachers. It does letter sounds and recognition as well as hand eye coordination.
If your child completes a section and needs a break there is also game breaks. They help keeping your child using the software so they can recognize it as a fun thing to do. Overall the software can be effective, but it is not as fun for kids as others with characters that they would recognize. The price is low enough that you can see how your child reacts to it. If your kid likes this software, then perhaps you will not need any other.
The other skill that parents look to teach their kids is math and Studica knows that. The software that you can get from them is called Math Blaster: Master the Basics. This is a fun way to learn math. The “player” will learn math skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division as well as problem solving, equivalents and mental math. The reason it works great is because at the ages of six to nine, kids like fast action games, and that is what this software is. But in order to keep advancing they must be able to solve the math questions thrown at them. It is a great idea, it is fun to play and it will help your child get better math scores. Not a bad investment at all.